Women have been working for centuries and have contributed a lot to the workforce. When you have global corporations such as Highland Capital Management that celebrates how much women have meant to the workplace, it really puts things into perspective. At the George W.Bush Presidential Center, women were not only at the forefront of the celebration but former First Ladies were acknowledged as the focus of the event. This was all part of Women’s History Month. Read more at Biz Journals about Highland Capital.
Laura Bush was there to introduce the panel set in place by Highland Capital that consisted of Bill Allman, Dr. Katherine Sibley, Lea Berman, and Anita McBride. She also talked about the fond memories in the White House and the initiatives that she saw implemented. Mrs. Bush spoke about the policies that brought changed based on her assessment of what American people really needed. Natalie Gonnella-Platts was asked to moderate the panel. Before anything got off the ground, Highland Capital took the time to acknowledge and applaud the women that keep the corporation running. It was important for them to not only come to this event but share in how the women that are part of their workplace are making fantastic strides to keep the environment intact. Without their hard work and dedication, Highland Capital Management would not be the company it is today. Read this article at PR Newswire.
The exhibit talked about and presented the work that the First Ladies have accomplished while in office. Everyone of them were on display along with their accomplishments. When the event was over, everyone in attendance was thoroughly educated in the roles of the wives in the White House. This also involves policy changes, playing hostess to guests, and their roles as teammate and champions to their husband’s causes.
The event was wonderful and insightful for all there were there. Who knows, maybe they might even add school field trips for such events to include young girls, so that they can strides that women are making in society. Everyone really should be celebrating the accomplishments that women have achieved for the greater good. Everyone should definitely see them too.